Biotechnology, market access, regulations and anything that restricts a farmer from being able to produce and sell its product were topics of discussions at the recent International Oilseeds Producers Dialogue which brought together soy leaders from nine different countries from around the globe.
Oilseed producers, including delegates from the U.S. soybean industry, met in Sydney, Australia, from June 25–29 as part of the 20th International Oilseed Producers Dialogue (IOPD). Par
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